The UvumiTools TextArea is a Web plugin that adds usability features to your Web site's textarea input elements. It gives your users a visual indicator of how close they are to the maximum input size, and it also automatically grows and shrinks the textarea height to accommodate larger text submissions. These options are fully customizable. By default, you don't need to do anything more than simply link to the script in the HEAD area of your Web page.
VAInstall is a multi-platform installer written in Java. Through a simple config file, it allows the packager to pick files and directories from various places on disk, and not only one root dir like other installers. The packager can completely reorganize the files and dirs on the destination host. He can choose the install mode for the destination host (graphic, xtra, text, or ANSI). VAInstall takes minimum space on the destination host; it does not write any large temporary files on disk, and supports easy and powerful uninstallation.
VAMP (Very Attractive Mail Program) is an extremely easy-to-configure, usable, Web-based email client written in PHP3 (and compatible with PHP4). It is for use with POP3 servers, and it also supports "Virtual Domains", encryption (under Linux/PHP3), attachments, contact list, a signature database, an easy-to-use setup tool, and more.
VCDMeta is a Perl script which makes creating an easy-to-navigate VCD extremely simple. It takes in a simplified XML document which simply contains a list of the Videos you want to include and how you want them to be arranged. From that it will output a XML document suitable for use with vcdimager complete with easy to navigate menus. A text file "0VCDINDX.TXT" is also created which contains the complete contents of the CD for easy navigations when reading the VCD on a computer without VCD menu support. If images are not provided for the menus it will create the menus for you. When the supplied patch is applied to VCDImager, VCDMeta can generate special easy-to-use MPEG files for use on a computer complete with an HTML index.
VCG ShadeVis computes a simple, static (but much more correct) per-vertex ambient term. This effect, commonly known as ambient occlusion, is aimed at providing more faithful shading for realtime rendering. In practice, rather than considering the ambient lighting to exist uniformly throughout a scene, this approach determines the ambient brightness of each part of a surface to be proportional to the extent to which the surface has "its outward view of its environment" free (i.e., "occluded") by other surfaces of the object. The most common technique to compute ambient occlusion is based on shooting rays from each surface element to evaluate the quantity of light that reaches it. VCG Shadevis uses OpenGL to accelerate this process by simply rendering the scene orthographically from a set of uniformly-distributed directions and checking against the zbuffer whether each vertex is occluded.
VCG TriMeshInfo is a tool designed to inspect 3D models and retrieve many types of topological and geometrical information from them. It can be used to automate the process of decoding 3D mesh inherent properties and ease data classification and retrieval. For each analyzed dataset, the following data are extracted: number of vertices, number of faces, number of edges, number of connected components, number of boundaries, number of isolated (i.e. unreferenced) vertices, manifold, genus (computed only for manifold datasets), orientability, orientation, regularity, number of duplicated vertices, and self-intersection.